Audi

March 1, 2016
Should You Buy A Station Wagon Before They’re All Gone? premium
Obviously the RS6 can accomplish those tasks and embarrass a number of exotics, while the 240 DL will only get you nods of approval at your local vegan bakery/restored mid century modern furniture shoppe.
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February 9, 2016
Can Used Cars Make You Rich? premium
I had fixed the things that needed to be fixed myself, or with help from a local shop, and I was poised to make a nice little profit on the vehicle. Note that I said nice little profit, not huge chunk of change. That's because I'm just an average person, with average means, I will not ever get rich off selling a car, unless of course rusty Subarus skyrocket in value.
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January 28, 2016
Want A Deal On An Audi Allroad? Try A Volvo XC70! premium
Is the tech in the Audi better? Yes, absolutely, so you definitely need to take into consideration just how much you want the latest, and greatest infotainment system, because that's really what you're paying for. Volvo's Sensus system works well enough, it's not as pretty, but it gets the job done. Besides, what more do you really need in you car besides Bluetooth for streaming audio, and phone calls, and a map to use as a point of reference? Everything else is just icing on a cake that's sweet enough already.
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January 21, 2016
Want A Deal On An Audi Q5? Try A Mazda CX-5! premium
A Quattro equipped Q5 is indeed an enjoyable drive, it drives much smaller than it is, and when it comes to crossovers, that's a huge bonus. After all, crossovers are nothing more than hatchbacks with a little more ground clearance, and raising a vehicle detracts from its driving dynamics. If you can build a vehicle with decent ground clearance, that is also enjoyable to drive, well that's the makeup of a desirable vehicle indeed. The question is, do you have to shell out a ton of money to get your hands on such a vehicle?
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December 30, 2015
Top 10 AutoTempest Articles Of 2015 premium
Prior to July 2015, where did you go for advice on buying a used car? Friends? Colleagues? A magic 8 ball? Wherever it was, your world was likely turned upside down when The AutoTempest Blog launched, thus giving you access to the best advice one could hope for. Of course it wasn’t just the information […]
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December 8, 2015
How To Do A Used Car Interior Inspection premium
  We’ve all been there, sitting in the used vehicle of our dreams, wondering what kind of heinous acts were perpetrated within it by the previous owner. You can ask them point blank what kind of life the vehicle has lived, and what it was primarily used for, but they’re under no obligation to tell […]
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November 17, 2015
The Five 2015 LA Auto Show Vehicle Debuts We’re Most Looking Forward To. premium
  2017 Audi RS7 Performance Debuts At: 3:35 pm PST The Audi RS7 is a stupid fast vehicle, as I quickly found out when I got behind the wheel of one, and put the gas pedal to the floor. I couldn’t help but laugh manically as the 4.0L twin turbo V8 quickly pulled the nearly 4,500 […]
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August 28, 2015
Week In Review: August 24th-27th premium
Malaise Monday: ’78-’83 Ford Fairmont The Hardest Part Of Buying A Used Car Wallpaper Wednesday: BMW 328i xDrive Sports Wagon Underrated Ride Of The Week: ’02-’04 Audi A6 2.7T The AutoTempest Blog Weekend Playlist
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August 27, 2015
Underrated Ride Of The Week: ’02-’04 Audi A6 2.7T premium
While I appreciate the entirety of the C5 Audi A6 lineup, it is the post facelift ’02-’04 models that hold a special place in my heart, and on my automotive bucket list. Audi took an already beautiful design and tweaked it ever so slightly to give the final 3 model year A6s the sendoff they […]
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August 11, 2015
Future Used Car Review: 2016 Nissan Maxima SR premium
The Maxima is the anti-crossover and a perfect example of why the midsize sedan still matters. There's not a single comparably priced crossover that I'd feel comfortable driving the way I drove the Maxima.
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